Molly and Mary Jane may come across as two of the most wholesome names around, but Mary Jane has long been a nickname for marijuana and Molly has increasingly become the new moniker for ecstasy. So it should come as no surprise that Chi-Town spitter King L gives a shout out to both “ladies” on his new street single My Hoes They Do Drugs as he informs, “Who am I? I’m King Louie from the Chi/ Molly, ecstasy, and Mary/ Yeah, my b**ches they stay high.” The record flaunts fitting features from both Three 6 Mafia emcee Juicy J and G.O.O.D. Music lyricist Pusha T, who both add their own lyrical flair to the cut which boasts noteworthy production from Booth favorite DJ Pain1. My Hoes They Do Drugs can be found on the buzzworthy rapper’s humorously-titled Dope & Shrimp debut, which is currently without a release date.
Written by Danielle H. on 10/26/12
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